White Slumber - Poem by Michel Antoine
He floods my every fantasay,
And dances my every dream.
He offered me his broken heart,
Yet so love-filled remains it seems.
We would soar high above the clouds,
In white slumber we were one.
If paradise were we at the time,
There'd have been nothing left undone.
Our keyboard's note would chord in time,
Progressions growing more intense.
As passion replaced the fear in us,
A melody soon made its entrance.
We travelled distant lands apart,
And always found our way back.
His smile could melt my heart from afar,
But the kiss was the magnet that attracts.
Those doe-like eyes would blind me,
And I'd see no other in his miss,
This deer in the headlights awestruck,
Such quiet surrounded our forest.
I loved you then and I always will,
My heart is prisoner to your key.
I can't forget but shall forgive,
The life you took but gave me.
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